CMID Trash Mark Macro Datasets

Published: 16 August 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hhbcxysh54.1
Contributors:
Joseph Stephens,
Jocelyn Abonamah,
Linda Eisenhart,
Colbey Ryman,
Brian Eckenrode,
Paige Riley

Description

Xerographic devices use electrostatic charges to print toner onto a document. These machines are prone to leaving characteristic, repeatable marks known as trash marks. This data was collected using a custom, standardized methodology to identify such marks. Furthermore, this work took advantage of cumulative minimum inter-set distances (CMIDs) to inter-compare fifty machine exemplar sets. Discriminating pairs tables were reported to summarize exemplar set pairwise comparisons.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Data Acquisition, Data Analytics

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